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Karen Trotter
CFO and Investor Relations at Bayou City Hemp Company
barcode, bioavailability, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabis, certification, chernobyl disaster, cosmetics, food and drug administration, generally recognized as safe, good manufacturing practice, gummy candy, hemp, kashrut, organic certification, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, regulatory compliance, shampoo, soil, solution, supply chain, target corporation, tetrahydrocannabinol
Jessica Arent
Chief Compliance Officer at Cannabidiol Life
advertising, anti-inflammatory, audience measurement, audit, avatar (computing), barcode, bioavailability, biodegradation, biomass, bioplastic, brand, budtender, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabis, cannabis (drug), carbon dioxide, certificate of analysis, certification, chernobyl disaster, class action, clinical trial, concept, controlled substances act, cosmetics, cotton, credibility, customer experience, damages, dietary supplement, don julio, dose (biochemistry), drug, economic development, emulsion, end user, false advertising, fda warning letter, federal trade commission, food, food and drug administration, generally recognized as safe, good manufacturing practice, graphic design, greenwashing, gummy candy, hemp, hydrophobe, ibuprofen, inbound marketing, instagram, internet, kashrut, landfill, law, lawsuit, linkedin, liquid, massage, medical cannabis, medicare (united states), medication, mind, new drug application, non-disclosure agreement, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, organic certification, over-the-counter drug, packaging and labeling, paracetamol, personal protective equipment, pesticide, petroleum, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy, plastic bag, podcast, pricing, product testing, publicist, publishing, radio advertisement, recycling, regulatory compliance, shampoo, social media, social media marketing, social stigma, soil, solution, supply chain, sustainability, symbol, target corporation, target market, tax, testimonial, tetrahydrocannabinol, textile, tylenol (brand), understanding, vlog, washing machine, waste, water
Peter Holzworth
Global Expansion Officer & Chief Revenue Officer at Green Horizon (CA) & Red Vault Extractions
alzheimer's disease, amazon (company), audit, barcode, behavior, bioavailability, brand, brand loyalty, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid receptor type 1, cannabinoid receptor type 2, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, cannabis strain, certification, chernobyl disaster, chinese cuisine, commodity, communication protocol, convertible bond, corporation, cosmetics, crowdfunding, debenture, debt, dietary supplement, discounting, discrimination, dose (biochemistry), drug test, due diligence, electronic cigarette, employment, entourage effect, farm-to-table, farmer, fda warning letter, federal food, drug, and cosmetic act, federal trade commission, financial capital, food and drug administration, food safety, fraud, generally recognized as safe, genetically modified food, globalization, gluten-free diet, good manufacturing practice, gummy candy, health claim, hemp, herbicide, hybrid (biology), industry, insomnia, insurance, intellectual property, interest, interest rate, investment, investor, kashrut, margin of error, medical cannabis, mergers and acquisitions, nsf international, nutraceutical, nutrition facts label, option (finance), organic certification, over-the-counter drug, pain, patent, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy, prescription drug, price, property, reason, regulation of food and dietary supplements by the u.s. food and drug administration, regulatory compliance, retail, risk management, sales, shampoo, sleep, social media, software , software patent, soil, solution, startup company, stock, stock dilution, supply chain, target corporation, target market, taste, tennessee, tetrahydrocannabinol, tobacco, trial, truck driver, valuation (finance), vitamin, walmart, warren buffett
Justin Walsh
Senior Attorney at Gleam Law
1996 california proposition 215, advertising, agriculture, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis sativa, cocaine, concussions in american football, confederate states of america, controlled substances act, cosmetics, dietary reference intake, dietary supplement, fda warning letter, federal government of the united states, food, food and drug administration, generally recognized as safe, hash oil, hemp, ibuprofen, indemnity, instagram, insurance, liability insurance, medication, medicinal plants, mitch mcconnell, monopoly, natural product, negligence, organic certification, over-the-counter drug, pain, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacovigilance, phytochemical, precedent, prosecutor, reasonable doubt, reference daily intake, reinsurance, risk management, scott gottlieb, social media, soybean, statin, tetrahydrocannabinol, the confederate states of america, twitter, united states department of justice, united states farm bill, wheat
Bryant Jones
Plant Scientist, Herbalist at University Of Minnesota
1996 california proposition 215, adolescence, agriculture, agronomy, american chemical society, amino acid, aphid, attention, automation, bacteria, bicycle, biological pest control, biotechnology, blinded experiment, brand, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis cultivation, cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, carbon dioxide in earth's atmosphere, carbon sequestration, charlotte's web (cannabis), chemist, chemistry, clay, clinicaltrials.gov, coffee, coffee bean, concept, consumer confidence, coronavirus disease 2019, crop rotation, cultivar, cultivator, curveball, decomposition, diesel fuel, dietary supplement, distillation, dna sequencing, dominance (genetics), drink, due diligence, ecology, ecosystem, education, endocannabinoid system, engineer, entourage effect, experience, farmer, farmers' market, fda warning letter, fertigation, fertilizer, food and drug administration, fungus, gardening, gene, generally recognized as safe, genetically modified crops, genetically modified food, genetically modified organism, genetics, genomics, germination, glyphosate, good manufacturing practice, grasshopper, greenhouse, gummy candy, hamburger, hash oil, health claim, hemp, herb, heterosis, hospital, hot chocolate, ibuprofen, impatiens necrotic spot virus, in vitro, infection, innovation, insect, integrated pest management, interdisciplinarity, ion, ion-exchange, irrigation, irrigation in viticulture, laboratory, lavandula, lawyer, learning, maize, market (economics), mediation, medical cannabis, medication, medicinal plants, microbiota, microorganism, mind, molecule, monopoly, mycorrhiza, natural environment, natural resource, natural selection, news, nitrate, nitrite, nitrogen, no-till farming, nonprofit organization, nutrient, nutrition, organic certification, organic farming, organic matter, over-the-counter drug, pansy, password, pathogen, pest control, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacokinetics, pharmacovigilance, phenotype, phloem, photorespiration, photosynthesis, phytochemical, plant breeding, plant nursery, plant tissue culture, plant virus, question, race (human categorization), randomized controlled trial, recycling, research and development, research, and development, retail, reverse engineering, root, sales, sampling (statistics), scott gottlieb, sense, silt, slider (baseball), smoking, social media, social stigma, soil, soul, soybean, steam distillation, sucrose, supercritical fluid, supply chain, surface runoff, sustainability, technology, terpene, tetrahydrocannabinol, time, tomato, traceability, transpiration, tree, united states department of agriculture, united states farm bill, vegetative reproduction, videotelephony, virus, vitis, washington (state), water, weed, wheat, women's health, xylem
Guy Rocourt
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer at Papa and Barkley
1996 california proposition 215, agriculture, analytics, antioxidant, apple, biochar, biodiesel, brand, brewery, business model, butter, calibration, cancer, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, certificate of analysis, chemical engineering, chemist, chemotherapy, chromatography, classified information, clinical trial, coconut oil, colorado, compliance training, critical mass, cultivar, dietary supplement, dominance (genetics), dose (biochemistry), dose (biochemistry)?, doses (biochemistry), electrical equipment in hazardous areas, electronic cigarette, endocannabinoid system, engineering, entourage effect, ethanol, farm, farmer, fat, fda warning letter, feeling, flower, food, food and drug administration, freeze-drying, generally recognized as safe, ginger, good manufacturing practice, gummy candy, hash oil, hashish, hemp, herb, high-performance liquid chromatography, ice, impatiens necrotic spot virus, infection, intrinsic safety, inventory, irrigation in viticulture, juice, laboratory, laboratory., lavandula, liquid, market (economics), marketplace, median lethal dose, medication, medicinal plants, mining, monopoly, natural selection, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, nutraceutical, occupational safety and health, occupational safety and health administration, oil refinery, olive, olive oil, ontario, opiate, opioid, orange juice, organic compound, over-the-counter drug, packaging, and labeling, pain management, pathogen, pepsi, personal protective equipment, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacovigilance, pharmacy, phase (matter), phenotype, physician, phytochemical, piano, plant, plant breeding, plant nursery, plant tissue culture, plant virus, plumbing, prescription drug, pressure vessel, quality management system, rancidification, reason, regulatory compliance, rheumatology, root, rose, rosin, scott gottlieb, sedative, shelf life, shore durometer, south carolina, soybean, steel, steel-toe boot, supermarket, systemic lupus erythematosus, tax, technology, terpene, terroir, tetrahydrocannabinol, theory, tree, trichome, turmeric, united states farm bill, vegetative reproduction, vermont, virus, vitamin c, vitamin e, vitis, volatile organic compound, warehouse, washing machine, water, wheat, whole foods market, xfinity
Clemon Dabney III
Research Assistant at University of Minnesota
1996 california proposition 215, agriculture, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, dietary supplement, fda warning letter, food and drug administration, generally recognized as safe, hash oil, hemp, medication, medicinal plants, monopoly, over-the-counter drug, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacovigilance, phytochemical, scott gottlieb, soybean, tetrahydrocannabinol, united states farm bill, wheat
Greg Dicum
Vice President at Cultivating Wellness
1996 california proposition 215, agriculture, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, dietary supplement, fda warning letter, food and drug administration, generally recognized as safe, hash oil, hemp, medication, medicinal plants, monopoly, over-the-counter drug, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacovigilance, phytochemical, scott gottlieb, soybean, tetrahydrocannabinol, united states farm bill, wheat
Heidi Urness
Strategic Legal Counsel at Heidi Urness Law
1996 california proposition 215, accuracy and precision, agriculture, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, certificate of analysis, certification, court, dietary supplement, dose (biochemistry), fda warning letter, food, food and drug administration, fungus, generally recognized as safe, hash oil, hemp, inquiry, iso/iec 17025, kashrut, measurement uncertainty, medication, medicinal plants, monopoly, over-the-counter drug, pesticide, pesticide residue, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacovigilance, phytochemical, product liability, regulatory compliance, reliability engineering, reputation, scott gottlieb, soybean, tetrahydrocannabinol, traceability, uncertainty, united states farm bill, validity (statistics), wheat, whole foods market
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